Frequently Asked Questions
How can I have my volunteer opportunities listed on the Neighborhood of Good site?
The Neighborhood of Good has teamed up with All for Good to help you connect and coordinate with volunteers around your cause. Registering with All for Good also helps people find your cause on the Neighborhood of Good. Please note: It could take up to 48 hours for opportunities to appear.
Why are no opportunities listed after I put in my ZIP code?
It’s possible there are no volunteer opportunities currently available near you, for the categories you selected. We recommend searching under a different category, or come back to the site soon because new opportunities are frequently added.
Why do I see volunteer opportunities for ZIP codes other than the one I specified?
All available listings within an 80 mile radius of the specified ZIP code will show up in your search results.
Can I search for volunteer opportunities by ZIP code alone?
Right now, no. But, we are enhancing the search functionality to help you find all volunteer opportunities near you.
Why can’t I find volunteer opportunities for a particular cause/nonprofit in my area?
If the cause or nonprofit you’re looking for is
not registered with All for Good, it won’t be available on the Neighborhood of Good.
Please contact the nonprofit in your area, ask them to register at All for Good, and list their opportunities in the database. Please note: It could take up to 48 hours for opportunities to show up on Neighborhood of Good.
How can I get a list of volunteer opportunities?
- Go to the Neighborhood of Good home page
- Select a cause from the “I care about …” drop-down box
- Enter your ZIP code
If volunteer opportunities in that category and area are available, they’ll be listed.
If no opportunities are available in the area for the cause you selected, please try a different category or check back as new opportunities are frequently added.
Once I select the volunteer opportunity, can I sign up on the site?
Once you select an opportunity, you’ll be redirected to that nonprofit’s site to sign up.
Is there a mobile app component?
No, but Neighborhood of Good does work on any mobile device.
Where does State Farm/Neighborhood of Good get its data for volunteer opportunities?
Nonprofits registered with All for Good list their opportunities within the All for Good database. The site aggregates volunteer opportunity data from third party volunteer management software systems.
What should I do if a cause/nonprofit is registered with All for Good, but its opportunities aren’t listed on Neighborhood of Good?
Because Neighborhood of Good and All for Good work from different search engines, we experience a few inconsistencies with opportunities showing up on one site but not the other. We ask for your patience and understanding while our teams work to resolve the issue. Feel free to contact us if you still have issues.
How do I make changes/correct mistakes to volunteer opportunities on the site?
To make changes to volunteer opportunities, please work directly with All for Good.
When I click on a volunteer button, it takes me to another site to sign up. Is it possible for users to sign up on Neighborhood of Good?
Neighborhood of Good works with All for Good to provide volunteer opportunities from nonprofits who have submitted them. Our site is intended to help you find an opportunity to volunteer and to connect you with the organizations hosting those activities.
Who will maintain the site once a volunteer opportunity expires?
Each listing includes a beginning and ending date and will come down at the ending date. Projects that are ‘ongoing’ will remain until the nonprofit removes them.
Are Neighborhood of Good shirts available?
Yes. Neighborhood of Good merchandise is available at neighborgear.com.
If your question doesn’t appear in this list, please contact us.